Meet TB12 Body Coach Bryan Hart!
Bryan has been a TB12 Body Coach since 2015, and is currently the Assistant Head Body Coach at our Performance & Recovery Center in Foxboro. He's originally from Dover, New Hampshire, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training from the University of New England and a Master of Science in Athletic Training with a concentration in Higher Education from Plymouth State University. With his infectious positivity and sense of humor, it doesn't come as much of a surprise to learn that Bryan was voted class clown by his high school classmates.
One thing he loves almost as much as his clients: being in the wilderness — whether it’s fishing, hiking, or sitting by a fire, and he's an avid water-skier and wakeboarder. Some of Bryan's clients include an award-winning diver, an aspiring varsity football player, and a prospective Division 1 quarterback.
Bryan pushes his clients to get better and feel better every day by taking a creative approach to their training and recovery that is shaped by his own experiences. "TB12 has changed my whole outlook on my profession, and made me a much stronger clinician," says Bryan. "People want to be here, and our body coaches do such an amazing job of making sure their clients walk out of every session feeling significantly better than when they walked in."
His experience as a TB12 Body Coach pushed Bryan to make lifestyle changes of his own, and he now trains almost exclusively using the same functional strength and conditioning exercises that he puts his clients through on a daily basis. He works out during lunch every day at the TB12 Center in Foxboro, and can often be found with a Handle Resistance Band in his hand or rolling out with a Vibrating Pliability Roller. “I’ve put more of a focus on my own body than ever before in terms of nutrition, hydration, and pliability. I went from not even knowing what pliability is, to learning and applying it to myself,” says Hart. “This has helped me relate to my clients and better understand their needs. I’ve completely changed how I work out and have only been using resistance bands since working here.”